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Manufacturers promise to train nearly 1.2 million workers

At a White House ceremony on Thursday, President Trump celebrated the one-year anniversary of an initiative to spur job training by companies, gaining a...

A once-thriving manufacturing town looks to the past to move forward

Automation is disrupting the workplace. Each year, for the past eight years, robot sales in the United States have hit a new record. Right...

Jane Oates talks about re-skilling after layoffs and preparing for the...

This week's news that General Motors will cut more than 14,000 jobs and close five North American plants was a shock, especially in a...

Want a good job? Three pathways will get you there

"The Game of Life" should include a third option to start the beloved board game. A new report from the Georgetown Unversity Center on...

In-demand jobs pushing U.S. employment higher

Like last month, manufacturing and health care employment was solid as the nation continued its impressive run of 94 straight months of job growth....

Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder launches “Marshall Plan for Talent”

New numbers just released by the Bureau of Labor Statistics show that from January 2017 to January of this year, 16 states have lowered...

January Jobs Report: Economy adds 200K jobs, but there’s opportunity to...

The federal government’s monthly jobs reports are, by nature, data-heavy and the headlines are good. The U.S. economy added 200,000 jobs in January, according to...

The drive to succeed: Education meets demand for modern automotive technicians

Wisconsin still prides itself on its automotive manufacturing lifeblood which courses along Interstate 94 between Milwaukee and Chicago. Right in the middle is Kenosha...

America is still a leader in aerospace manufacturing

The numbers for American manufacturing might look grim, but the U.S. can count one sector as a strength, aerospace manufacturing. The industry is still a...

Federal Reserve: A lack of workers is stifling employment growth

A tight labor market and a shortage of workers are slowing employment growth across many industries, especially in manufacturing and construction, according to the...

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